South Asia Institute
South Asia Institute

South Asia Seminar Series

Thu, February 14, 2008 | Meyerson Conference Room, WCH 4.118

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Sajeda Amin is a senior associate in the Policy Research Division where she has worked since 1995. She is interested in a range of issues related to gender, work, poverty, and family in the developing world. She is currently involved in studies in Bangladesh, Egypt, and Vietnam on young people’s livelihood strategies with a focus on socially and economically vulnerable populations. This is part of a larger program on transitions to adulthood. Amin combines quantitative and qualitative techniques in her research.

Prior to coming to the Population Council, Amin was a research fellow at the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies in Dhaka. She received a Ph.D. in demography and sociology from Princeton University in 1988.

Amin is affiliated with the Population Council's Poverty, Gender, and Youth program.

Sponsored by: South Asia Institute and Population Research Center

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